Las Vegas, NV, July 27, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Mark your calendars: Sat. July 28, 2012, 1pm – 3pm.
Sci-Fi and adventure/thriller readers will be able to meet visiting La Paz, Mexico author R.J. Archer at a book-signing event in Henderson, NV on Saturday. The Barnes & Noble store at 567 North Stephanie will host the event on July 28, 2012, from 1pm until 3pm. Archer will be signing books from his first series, “Seeds of Civilization,” as well as the first two titles from his follow-up series, “Parallel Ops.” His sixth novel will be released on August 25, 2012, and the final thriller in the “Ops” series will be released sometime next year.
The “Seeds of Civilization” series (Tractrix, Tsubute and Triangle) follows a team of four main characters as they investigate real unsolved archaeological mysteries and search for the answer to a fundamental question: how did some ancient civilizations come to have such a highly developed knowledge of mathematics and astronomy?
In the series, four friends investigate the Mayan culture of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, the now-famous submerged Yonaguni Monument, in southern Japan, and recent discoveries in the Caribbean that suggest an ancient maritime culture existed in the region more than 15,000 years ago. An underlying theory developed throughout the series culminates in the ultimate cliff-hanger in the closing pages of Triangle and sets the stage for the follow-up series.
“Parallel Ops,” Archer’s newest sci-fi adventure series, picks up five years after the conclusion of the first series. The Characters from the “Seeds” trilogy each star in their own individual novels and work independently to find that which was lost in the conclusion of Triangle.
The Scientists features Jim Barnes, the shy anthropologist introduced in Archer’s previous series, as he investigates the artifacts he and his team members collected in Tractrix, Tsubute and Triangle. During a speaking engagement in Munich, Germany, Jim is handed some documents that shed new light on the artifacts and make him the target of an international terrorist group.
The Informants joins Linda McBride, her husband and their three-year-old daughter on Mexico’s Baja Peninsula as they live a secret life with an assumed identity. The chance discovery of encrypted radio signals puts them on the trail of an organization bigger—and more dangerous—than all the cartels in Latin America.
The Guardians (to be released in August) follows Tony Nicoletti as he attempts to put his life back together after being held in a secret underground facility for more than five years. His mission: to locate and destroy those who held him while protecting the biggest secret in the history of mankind.
In the upcoming fourth book of the “Parallel Ops” series—The Teachers—the original cast of characters will reunite, at the request of the President, to undertake the most important public relations project ever conceived.
For more information please visit www.ParallelOps.com/events or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.